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Deering Banjo Gig Bag

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The Deering banjo gig bag is a sturdy padded gig bag that will protect your banjo. Not as sturdy as a Reunion Blues Continental case, but this gig bag is a very good quality. Great for bringing your banjo to a festival, camping, a gig (hence the name), etc. It is much easier carrying your banjo on your shoulders than it is carrying a heavy hardshell case in your hand.

Embroidered with a Deering logo, this beautiful padded cordura 5-string banjo gig bag has adjustable back pack straps, a sturdy Velcro handle, and a front pocket for storage.

These gig bags fit all 5 string banjos (except long necks and parlors) and plectrum banjos.

Makes a great gift for any banjo owner!

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5.0 Based on 23 Reviews
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RH
02/12/2021
Robert H.
United States United States
Great bag

Custom fit for open back banjo. Heavy material, sturdy and protective.

EW
01/04/2021
Elizabeth W.
United States United States
Perfect!!

My Deering banjo gig bag is perfect! What is even more perfect was your help and truly appreciate that! Thanks!

RK
06/02/2020
Richard K.
United States United States
Buds Bsnjo

Deering gig back was perfect fit for my Goodtime Artisan Americana banjo. Arrived with my Banjo in same package.

JT
05/04/2020
Jerry T.
United States United States
Quality Deering Gig Bag!

Deering makes gig bags that reflect their commitment to quality you find in their instruments themselves. I like it that I can just order the correct gig bag from David when I order my instrument!

CC
01/01/2020
Christina C.
United States United States
Excellent experience and product!

Studio Banjo was great and was able to send my son’s banjo quickly so he received it by Christmas. He is so happy with his banjo and is looking for a way to integrate banjo into his ska band line-up. Hmmm ;)

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